Oh, the joy of a child who walks with Jesus. On the other hand, it’s heartbreaking, for the children who don’t. I need to remember, for my ones who don’t, God did not give up on me, in my waywardness, and it should be our example, for not giving up on our wayward children. I pray that the Spirit will draw them to himself.

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If you are in despair today, please, call upon the name of Jesus. He will not disappoint. He will walk with you I n the most darkest times. In the Best of time, he will be your most Trusted companion.

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Lord, May we all be as patient as you were to us, as we pray for those to turn to you, as the one who can save them from there sins, just as you saved us from ours.

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Father God, when we see the storm coming, may we turn to you, our God, our strength, our protector. May you watch over our families both biological and spiritual, as we weather the storms that come our way. May you show us the rainbow, at the end of the storm, Reminding us of your promises. In Jesus name we pray.

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Can I get an Amen? He is so, so, good to not just us, but to all people, who believe. Even to those, who do not call him by name, our God shows tremendous grace and mercy. He waits patiently, that all might believe.

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May we wait patiently, on you, O Lord. May we not look at what we don’t have yet, but see the blessings and grace, we have already received. May we look forward, to so much more, when we receive our final crowns. Our Hope is in you, Lord. The one who has rescued us from destruction, through Jesus!

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Happy Birthday, America. May God Bless America. May we move away from our worldly ways, and move back to our fundamental values, of our Christian Faith. Jesus is the one by faith in him, that can turn this country from despair, to hope again. Celebrate with Hope today.

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